We’re just weeks away from COP26, the big environmental policy confab where scores of world leaders will descend on Scotland and determine the future of the planet, answering the question, “Should we all die or live?” That’s meant a whole truckload of new books on the subject, as well as renewed attention to older works [
Weeks after taking office, President Joe Biden gave agencies four months to prepare plans outlining their exposure to climate change risk and how to respond.
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Most Americans said U.S. foreign policy does not benefit working-class Americans.
The military's various aircrafts, bases, offices and more collectively burn more oil than most countries.
An investment in climate-friendly methods like planting winter cover crops, conservation tillage and smarter grazing could take tens of millions of tons of greenhouse gases out of our atmosphere.
"The U.S. has frequently signaled it's not hostile to our state, but there is no action-based evidence to make us believe that they are not hostile," Kim said.
UNITED NATIONS (AP) — The United States, China, Russia and Pakistan are working together to ensure that Afghanistan’s new Taliban rulers keep their promises, especially to form a genuinely representative government and prevent extremism from spreading, Russia’s foreign minister said Saturday. Sergey Lavrov said representatives from Russia, China and Pakistan
NASA fears climate change’s effects to some of its vehicles, equipment, and even infrastructure. Here’s how the agency plans to protect them.
Viktor Orban, the country’s far-right prime minister, has spent millions on lobbying, support for think tanks and cultivating allies in Washington.
Russia, the biggest source of the problem, was not invited to the 30-nation conference, which sought to engage allies in efforts to disrupt cybercrime.
Britain and the United States are among a few countries withholding support for a proposal brought at the United Nations that would recognise access to a safe and healthy environment as a human right, prompting criticism that they are undermining their own pledges ahead of the Glasgow climate conference.